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with a bipartisan plan. >>> danica patrick making nascar history. she's the first woman to earn a pole position in nascar's sprint cup series. she did it at shir signature event, the daytona 500. patrick turned in a qualifying lap of more than 196 miles an hour to take the top spot at daytona next sunday. >> i'm so excited about this. this was developing all weekends. it was really exciting to watch. joe carter is live in atlanta. you know, joe, danica patrick, no stranger to making history. she was the first woman to win an indycar series. shou is she reacting to this chint achievement? >> i'm sure, john, she's happy. she's proud. i'm sure she's a little relieved as well. yesterday she had to wait over two hours to secure that pole win. she went out eighth out of 43 cars. so 35 different drivers went after her. but danica, you know, over the years has made racing history before in indycar and stock car. but nothing like this. i mean winning the pole at the daytona 500 means she's going to start in the front row. but starting from the front, guys, does not mean she has a grate greater chance to
mccreadie dead of an parent suicide. >> and danica patrick does what no woman in nascar has ever done before. >> i think that so cool. >> yeah. >> very cool. super, duper unbelievably cool. >> exactly. give her more props. first woman ever. >> i was all into it. >> good morning. welcome to "early start." >> it's clearly monday. it's february 18th, presidents day. let's get started. we're going to start two big stories that could affect your pocketbook. a cold freeze that could ruin crops in the south and gas prices skyrocketing. want s want to start with gas prices. they're going up and up and up. no sign of stopping. every day for more than a month gas prices have jumped. that is not the streak you want to be on. it is all happening in the dead of winter while americans try to cope with home heating bills and sli shrinking paychecks. we have a reporter live at a gas station in new york city. what do the prices look like there? >> reporter: hi, john. yeah, gas prices are certainly skyrocketing. over here on 10th avenue, you'll see regular gas $4.15. i'm looking at the board now. premi
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